Thanks to the great work of Balzás Botond there is now a MySQL Listener.
I also fixed a bug in MSSQL-Listener. The first row in a table was ignored if the user unchecked ‘Start at end’.
MS-SQL Listener does a tail on a table in a Microsoft SQL Server Database
- Prefix: A small text that is shown before the event in the viewer to indicate where the event came from.
- Server: Hostname or IP of the SQL-Server
- User: Username to use for login.
- Password: Password to use for login.
- Windows Authentication: Check this if you want to use windows integrated security to login.
- Database: The databes to use.
- Table: The table to watch.
- Max Column: The column to SELECT MAX from to find new rows.
- Poll intervall: How often, in milliseconds, to check the table for new rows.
- Start at end: When this is checked only new items are showed. When it is not checked the listener starts with getting all rows in the table.